PEOPLE looking to bring in the new year with a brisk walk around Croome Park have been issued a warning.

Visitors have been warned the car park at the National Trust property near Worcester is nearly at capacity and people may have to be turned away.

Staff are warning people planning on visiting on New Year's Day (Monday) to check ahead on social media.

A Facebook post from the National Trust property said: "Our car park is reaching capacity.

"We may need to turn you away if there are no available spaces.

"If you're planning to travel to visit us, please check back on socials as we will delete this post as soon as there are plenty of car parking spaces available."

Earlier, staff warned that car parking is limited to our main car park due to wet ground in the overflow carparks.

When the car park is full, they will operate a one-in-one-out procedure which may mean waiting for a space.

If no spaces are available they will need to close the car park until further spaces become available.

Croome Court opening times

The visitor centre, café, shop and parkland is open until 4pm with the house and RAF museum also open until 4pm.

Christmas at Croome runs until Friday, January 5 and the Seven Birds of Croome sculpture trail runs until Sunday, January 14.